Category Archives: Webtype in use

RegioBank Summer Tour

Dutch financial institution RegioBank will be touring the Netherlands this summer, visiting various community-oriented events. Design studio Vandejong Amsterdam created a fun but simple map-based website to publicize the tour, pairing colorful illustrations and simple animation (mouse over the fish!) … Continue reading

Realosophy benefits from a wide range of Benton webfonts

The site for Toronto-based realty broker, Realosophy, couldn’t be a better example of typeface combination done right. The designers at Elsted Communications employed Benton Modern Display beautifully in large sizes, with Benton Modern RE and Benton Sans RE for smaller body … Continue reading

Ford Technology stays on brand with Webtype

Ford Motor Company recently launched a new area of their website showcasing their developments in automotive technology. The new Ford Technology section, which was designed by TeamDetroit, makes impressive use of webfonts served by Webtype. Ford has been using Font … Continue reading

Providing drop caps for Daily Drop Cap

Designer, illustrator, and expert letter-crafter Jessica Hische recently re-launched the website for her popular Daily Drop Cap project. The site serves as an archive for a series of decorative initials Jessica has designed on a daily basis over the past year. … Continue reading

Nomad Editions launches with webfonts from Webtype

Nomad Editions is a new media company that is producing digital weekly publications designed to be read across a wide array of devices. Using the new Treesaver intelligent publishing platform, an HTML5 application, digital weeklies from Nomad Editions can be … Continue reading

Get Satisfaction redesigns with Webtype

Customer service wizards Get Satisfaction have recently worked with andCulture interactive agency to re-launch their branding and website, making nice use of fonts from Webtype. Get Satisfaction provides community-powered support for more than 40,000 organizations – including tech-saavy companies like Zappos, … Continue reading


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